Marriage equality took center stage at the Supreme Court as the court heard a oral arguments on whether to uphold California’s Prop 8 ban on same-sex marriage. Check out the headlines shaping tonight's rundown.
Marriage equality took center stage Tuesday at the Supreme Court as the court heard a oral arguments on whether to uphold California’s Prop 8 ban on same-sex marriage. After today’s court proceedings, many legal experts now say it appears there will not be a sweeping gay marriage ruling and any decisions will likely apply only to the state of California. David Boies, arguing on behalf of the gay plaintiffs, said no one made an argument for discriminating against gays – to him, it seems more like a matter of how, not if.
We’ll discuss the court proceedings and more at 10pm ET. Here’s a look at stories shaping tonight’s rundown.
- ‘Sweeping ruling’ on gay rights looking doubtful
- Everything you need to know about the marriage equality cases at the Supreme Court
- 58% of Americans support gay marriage
- Gov. Scott Walker setting groundwork for 2016?
- Tucson gun store owner cancels Mark Kelly’s rifle purchase
- Sen. Ted Cruz: Joe McCarthy comparison means ‘we’re doing something right’
- Nevada state assembly considers 1st expulsion in case of lawmaker accused of making threats